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Team news for Friday night's clash between Aberdeen and Dunfermline.

Last Updated: 30/09/11 at 11:25

Craig Easton: Returns for Dunfermline

Craig Easton: Returns for Dunfermline

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Craig Easton and Steven McDougall are back in contention for Dunfermline's Friday night clash at Aberdeen.

Easton has recovered from a shin knock and McDougall has returned to training after a groin problem.

Martin Hardie (ankle), Kevin Rutkiewicz (thigh), Steven Bell (Achilles) and Nicky Phinn (hamstring).

Aberdeen will assess the fitness of Richard Foster and Isaac Osbourne ahead of the game.

Both returned to training on Thursday after suffering ankle injuries at Fir Park last weekend but they are expected to be fit.

Jason Brown should recover from a groin injury and Fraser Fyvie is back in the squad after his Scotland Under-19 commitments.

Teams:

Aberdeen (from): Gonzalez, Jack, Considine, Mawene, Arnason, Osbourne, Foster, Milsom, Clark, Fallon, Vernon,Magennis, Megginson, Fyvie, McArdle, Pawlett, Chalali, Brown.

Dunfermline (from): Gallacher, J Thomson, Dowie, Keddie, McCann, Mason, Cardle, Burns, Kirk, Barrowman, Graham, Smith, R Thomson, Buchanan, Potter, Easton, Willis, Boyle.

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